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|22/11 7:12 am||Fake News Is a Real Problem |
Facebook, Google, and Twitter will probably flush out false political ads over time, but I am less convinced they will ever be able to stop fake news.
|15/11 7:01 am||Will AR Glasses Ever Really Take Off? |
Thus far, consumers have shunned AR glasses like Google Glass; getting people familiar with the tech via mobile apps might be the better approach.
|11/11 8:00 am||AT&T Should Drop DirecTV, Not CNN |
Stories about a Trump CNN vendetta miss the real danger of the AT/Time Warner deal.
|9/11 9:40 pm||Robots Won't Kill You, But They Will Take Your Job |
That's not true. Worrying about scifi Terminators and RoboCops means you're ignoring the real danger
|7/11 11:28 pm||Broadcom Will Kill Qualcomm |
Turning an engineering-driven business into a numbers-driven one would strangle innovation.
|This Sprint Deal Is Much Smarter Than a T-Mobile Merger |
Cable companies could help Sprint fill out its network. Everybody would win.
|Apple Needs a Touch-Screen MacBook |
While I've warmed to the idea of the Touch Bar, many road warriors and students might not be as enthusiastic. Apple should reconsider its aversion to touch-screen laptops.
|3/11 7:14 am||Is iPhone X Apple's Vista? |
Apple is taking a different approach with review units for iPhone X. What does it all mean?
|2/11 7:11 am||My First Impressions of iPhone X |
Thus far, iPhone X is an impressive step up from the iPhone 7 Plus and even 8 Plus.
|1/11 6:59 am||Standing on the Shoulders of Geeks |
I rely on the PCMag staff to keep me on the cutting edge of the huge world of technology.
|27/10 7:03 am||You Can Keep Your Useless IoT Gadgets |
The recent developers conference didnt reveal any products that practical users would ever wantor
|25/10 7:16 am||Can Foldable OLED Displays Revive the PC Market? |
What's most intriguing to me about the idea of a foldable OLED (FOLED) screen is that it gives laptop vendors a new way to innovate.